Wi-Fi booster

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Wi-Fi extenderA Wi-Fi amplifier or booster is an essential device. It is a device that allows you to extend the range of your Wi-Fi signal so that it reaches areas where it previously did not reach only with the router.

They are also called Wi-Fi Repeater or Wi-Fi Adapter. Signal interruptions are usually a result of concrete walls and other gadgets like Bluetooth speakers or cordless phones in your home. You should get a Wi-Fi amplifier to prevent all that.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using a Wi-Fi Booster at Home

In addition to the obvious thing (being able to extend the Wi-Fi connection to areas of the house where it does not usually arrive), the amplifier will help you improve the network from a router that is not Smart Wi-Fi (being able to enjoy a second Wi-Fi network at frequency 5GHz). It will allow you to reduce the wiring for connecting your equipment (allowing you to connect more devices wirelessly), and it is installed in just a few minutes.

As for the disadvantages, the only thing you have to keep in mind is that when you are in the areas of the house where only the Smart Wi-Fi amplifier operates, you should check on the device if you are connected to the Wi-Fi + network or to the router to enjoy of the best connection at all times.

Can I use the Smart Wi-Fi Amplifier if I don’t have the Smart Wi-Fi Router?

Wi-Fi Amplifier If you want to boost the quality of your Wi-Fi signal through the Smart Wi-Fi Amplifier, you can use the specific device as a Wi-Fi + access point at home, enjoying a signal with better features.

For either of the two use cases via cable, all you have to do is, when you are going to install the equipment, place the button in the “Ethernet Cable” position. Next, connect the router to the amplifier using the Ethernet cable and turn it on. When the amplifier is on, and the two LEDs on the left are solid blue, it means that the equipment is ready.

You are advised to turn off the Wi-Fi network of your old router when it is very close to the amplifier that you have connected by cable (for example, when both devices are in the same room).